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Freaky may refer to: Freaky (2008 TV series), British television series; Freaky (TV series), a New Zealand children's program; Freaky (song), a single by Kumi ...

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Adjective form of the noun freak see freak. Kinky, wild in bed, sexually promiscuous, etc.

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This unusual ride features an elevator lift inside a darkened, 208-foot-tall silo followed by a 70 mph drop into an underground tunnel at a freaky 116 degrees.

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Freaky definition, freakish. See more. ... Arbor House is paying Leonard $3 million for freaky Deaky, the one in the typewriter now, and the one after it.

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I've heard the props and costumes in this play are quite freaky. (slang) Scary; frightening. Have you met the freaky new guy who moved in next door?

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Define freaky. freaky synonyms, freaky pronunciation, freaky translation, English dictionary definition of freaky. adj. freak·i·er , freak·i·est 1. Strange or unusual ...

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Define freaky (adjective) and get synonyms. What is freaky (adjective)? freaky ( adjective) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.